Released:- 27th October 1983
Official Release Number:- 22
Dylan Vinyl Number:- 23
Part twenty-three of the DYLAN VINYL collection which is a brand-new collection of every single Bob Dylan album on high-quality 180-gram vinyl plus a collectors’ magazine
Infidels is an album that has been widely regarded as one of the most significant releases in his career. Recorded in1983, it was Dylan’s first album after converting to Christianity, and it features a unique blend of influences from both his earlier folk and rock music and his newfound faith
Infidels stands out for its powerful lyrics and Dylan’s ability to address complex themes such as love, faith, and politics. The album is also notable for its collaborations with other renowned musicians, including Mark Knopfler, who produced and played guitar on several tracks
Songs like “Jokerman” and “Sweetheart Like You” showcase Dylan’s lyrical prowess, while “Neighborhood Bully” and “Union Sundown” comment on political issues of the time. Overall, Infidels is a striking album that showcases Dylan’s versatility as a songwriter and his ability to tackle a range of subjects with great depth and nuance
Sweetheart Like You
License to Kill
Man of Peace
I and I
Don’t Fall Apart on Me Tonight
My Top Three
A hauntingly beautiful masterpiece that explores the complexity of human emotions and the elusive nature of truth. Dylan’s lyrics are filled with metaphors that are open to interpretation, which gives the song a sense of mystery and intrigue. The jokerman himself is a mysterious figure who is both a trickster and a prophet, and Dylan’s use of biblical imagery adds to the song’s depth and complexity.
2) Sweetheart Like You
A love song with a twist. The lyrics tell the story of a man who has been hurt in the past by a woman, but still longs for love. The song is filled with Dylan’s trademark poetic lyrics and catchy melody. It’s a song that speaks to the heart of anyone who has been hurt in love, yet still has hope for a happy ending.
3) I and I
A deeply introspective and philosophical exploration of the self. With its haunting melody and thought-provoking lyrics, the song invites the listener to reflect on their own existence and the nature of reality. Dylan grapples with the idea of duality, questioning whether the self is truly separate from the world around it.